How cold can PG&E be?

November 20, 2009

The number of low-income households across California shut off by Pacific Gas & Electric after they fell behind on paying their utility bills jumped 75 percent according to a new state report released this week. The San Francisco Chronicle has the chilling details.

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Profits before people. Unfricking believable.

You think that it’s cold for a company to shut off service when a customer stops paying for it? What would you like PG&E to do? Just keep giving it away for free?

Also, you neglected to mention the fact that Southern California Edison shut off service to over 20,000 more customers than PG&E did in the same period, and this in in spite of the fact that PG&E serves more customers than SoCal Edison does.